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The BTC mempool never rises above 90 MB, but transactions with low fees keep disappearing. Are they deleted from the mempool by the miners? Is this how the miners want to keep the mempool constant?
Is the US about to stifle the whole cryptocoin industry? Is memo in danger from this? https://helplbrysavecrypto.com/
Stefan Molyneux Hears The Case Against Core
@lugaxker - could you point me to the latest version of your Bitcoin forks diagram? There's a new one that been put out that is very misleading.
Ethereum civil war 5 4 3 2...
That is the sad BTC reality. Jochen had to write a statement now because the coin is broken.
Bitcoin is a 24/7 man cave with the best music, best food & best reward for your money. It’s the modern-day biggest threat to the institution of marriage.
Why BTC can't be Store of Value.
Len Sassaman and Satoshi: a Cypherpunk History
Expect to see more of this sort of thing https://youtu.be/lNGwQhXfB88
Core mempool over 40MB. This hasn't happened in almost half a year
Bitcoin fees are so high!
Crazy insane $3000 USD fee on this #BTC transaction
This is how BTC users think about Bitcoin and food
All complex systems that work evolved from simpler systems that worked.
- Gall's Law
This is why #Bitcoin Cash works and Lightning never will.
Bitcoin (BTC) fees are ridiculous. Close to $15 per transaction now.